TWO strikes on goal within the first ten minutes of the first half from Mumbles Rangers were enough to secure another win on the road on Saturday (Aug 27), against Dinas Powys.
Craig Spring opened the scoring for Rangers, followed by a free kick strike from forward Elliot Smith.
Rangers led 2-0 at half time and looked well on course to earn their third win of the season.
Rangers’ goalkeeper Sam Goodwin was having a fine game in goal but the home team did manage to full a goal back through Luke Birnage.
Any sign of a comeback from the home team disappeared as Rangers game management took them through to a victory at the final whistle.
Mumbles now take a break from league action as on Saturday, September 3, they host Port Tennant Colts in the FAW Trophy.
Cup action continues a week later for the Rangers as they again host, with Penydarren Seniors their opposition in the Ardal South League Cup.
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